News: Exchange Theatre’s The Flies to play at Bunker Theatre

Exchange Theatre return to London this June with their tenth anniversary revival of Jean-Paul Sartre’s rebellious and highly political play The Flies. Sartre’s thriller re-imagines the Greek tragedy of Electra and Orestes, exploring the complexities of human values in a period of political turbulence. A company priding themselves in their international and multi-cultural heritage, Exchange... Continue Reading →

News: The Wardrobe Ensemble’s hit comedy Education, Education, Education transfers to the West End

Acclaimed theatre company The Wardrobe Ensemble, in co-production with Royal & Derngate, Northampton and Shoreditch Town Hall, will bring the The Scotsman Fringe First Award and The Stage Edinburgh Award winning, smash-hit production Education, Education, Education to London’s West End this summer for a limited run at the Trafalgar Studios. “We in Germany, and Europe,... Continue Reading →

Mouthpiece, Soho Theatre

Mouthpiece originally premiered last year at Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre and now arrives at London’s Soho Theatre for a limited run. Written by Kieran Hurley, the play is a clever and powerful commentary on the theatre world itself in terms of artistic responsibility and the representation of social classes within the arts. Libby (Neve McIntosh) is... Continue Reading →

Interview with Emma Dennis-Edwards

Following rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival, Funeral Flowers arrives at the Bunker Theatre later this month. I spoke with writer and performer Emma Dennis-Edwards to find out more about the inspiration behind her latest play. How did you first get into the arts? My Mum has always worked full time; therefore I went to... Continue Reading →

News: Ovalhouse announces 2019 summer season

With only two seasons left before Ovalhouse moves into its new home in Brixton, their 2019 summer season is packed full of extraordinary artists making bold new plays with three full length shows and four FiRST BiTES. For the first time, Ovalhouse has programmed an incredible showcase of six new plays by their Young Associate... Continue Reading →

Review: Maggie May, Finborough Theatre

Boasting music and lyrics by Oliver! composer Lionel Bart, the musical Maggie May was last performed in London in 1964 at the Adelphi Theatre. Now, more than 50 years later it returns to the stage at the Finborough Theatre to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the death of Bart, once described by Andrew Lloyd-Webber as... Continue Reading →

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